A Housing Crisis Fix, One Backyard Unit at a Time

7 min
The interior of an Accessory Dwelling Unit in LA's Crenshaw neighborhood.  (Saul Gonzalez/KQED)

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A Housing Crisis Fix, One Backyard Unit at a Time

Starting this year, new state laws make it easier for people to convert the land where residential garages or backyard sheds now stand into housing that homeowners can rent out. The California Report co-host Saul Gonzalez toured an accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, in the Crenshaw neighborhood of Los Angeles to talk about their potential.
Guest: Steven Dietz, architect and developer

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